A villager on top of a donkey cart, rides through the main track running through Faridkot, December 1, 2008. Faridkot, a tiny settlement in the southern part of the Punjab province, has been overrun by Pakistani intelligence agents and police for the last three days, after it was reported by Indian officials and media that the lone gunman who was caught alive from the Mumbai mayhem came from a place called Faridkot. (Saeed Shah/MCT)
A villager on top of a donkey cart, rides through the main track running through Faridkot, December 1, 2008. Faridkot, a tiny settlement in the southern part of the Punjab province, has been overrun by Pakistani intelligence agents and police for the last three days, after it was reported by Indian officials and media that the lone gunman who was caught alive from the Mumbai mayhem came from a place called Faridkot. (Saeed Shah/MCT) MCT
A villager on top of a donkey cart, rides through the main track running through Faridkot, December 1, 2008. Faridkot, a tiny settlement in the southern part of the Punjab province, has been overrun by Pakistani intelligence agents and police for the last three days, after it was reported by Indian officials and media that the lone gunman who was caught alive from the Mumbai mayhem came from a place called Faridkot. (Saeed Shah/MCT) MCT

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